Major League Soccer clubs have been given the green light to start training.
The MLS has was suspended since March due to the coronavirus outbreak having only played for two rounds. In a bid to enforce safe measures, clubs will submit their respective plans on how to get players back to training with their medical staff and a local infectious disease expert.
Players will be subject to a stringent testing policy, including an anti-gen test which will be repeated every three months and will only be allowed to start training after two negative Covid-19 tests. Tests will then be carried out every 48 hours and as in line with other major leagues around the world, if a player tests positive he must isolate, with a contact tracing plan in place.
MLS commissioner Don Garber has spoken about resuming in neutral venues when safe to do so, but no firm dates or plans have been announced.
MLS are considering resuming their seasons the multi-sport complex outside of Orlando, Florida